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>> good evening. it's tuesday september 14th. i'm gasia mikaelian. federal investigators tonight are it's tuesday september 14th. i'm gasia mikaelian. federal investigators tonight are calling on witnesses to tell their stories as the investigation into the cause of the pipeline explosion moves forward. the governor is scheduled to tower the site tomorrow afternoon. today we get first-hand reports from the firefighters that head into the blast site and heard dispatch tapes and they want to know whether people smelt natural gas before it blew. >> it failed, that means it's unlikely there would be a gas fail. if it was because of a leak, there would be a smell. >> the agency says they have received # 0 e-mails but only one person reported smelling gas. the pipeline is on its way to washington d.c. for inspection. >>> also today the county board of supervisors declared a state of emergency. at the same time, the emotional toll is weighing on homeowner's who's lives have been changed forever. >> the images of charred remains in the middle of the san bruno neighborhood are tough to g
:00. >>> good evening. it is wednesday, september 29. i am gasia mikaelian, and this is bay area news at 7:00. >> a bay area postal carrier is recuperating after a training attack by a pair of dogs predict happening today in the 5,000 block in san jose >> that mail carrier was right outside this house and he was attacked and neighbors heard his screams and came out to help. >> reporter: the mail carrier was on his regular routes around 10:30 when he came to this house. two dogs crashed through a fence and attacked him. neighbors say they heard him scream. >> i heard a bloodcurdling yelp. it was terrific. >> reporter: he was bleeding from wounds on his leg and foot. >> used and over, holding himself, bleeding and saying, i got bid by a dog and he was trying to get back to his truck. >> reporter: she says she called 911. >> blood was going all over the place and he was sweating and shaking and he was scared. >> reporter: animal control officers capture the two dogs, a 10-year-old german shepherd and a lab pitbull mix. officers say that god had caused trouble in 2,006 and the owner had ag
,. it is thursday september 2nd i'm gasia mikaelian this is bay area news at 7:00. >>> at this hour at the scene of a plane crash that killed three people in redwood city including a bay area businessman. two bodies remain inside of that plane that is submemoried in six -- submerged in six feet of water. the plane went down shortly before noon today after taking off from the san car loss airport. one of the victims is identified as 91-year-old robert foreman, the pilot and the pilot's girlfriend also died in this crash. >> it just sounded like it was having a hard time accelerating. i looked up and just saw it and then i looked down and i heard a big boom and the guy across from me said om my god, the plane just went down so i ran to the lake. >> they pulled the body from the female victim shortly after the crash. the other two victims were dead but have not yet removed the bodies from the wreckage so the national transportation safety board could investigate. the ntsb arrived two hours ago. at this point there is no word on when they phrab to recover the other victims. you can find out more inf
evening. it is friday, september 3. kayseven. investigators -- i am gasia mikaelian. investigators recovered human remains today in the search started after a kayaker spotted a school and now as robert handa reports crews have found much more. >> reporter: search team were in the marine headlands, they recalled 600 feet down a cliff looking for human remains. the us park police rangers and berlin county sheriff's investigators converged here after a kayaker on monday reported seeing a human skull in the co- >> we do not know whether or not -- it is precautionary for us. >> reporter: the skull and several other phones appear to be those of an adult and have been here for a year and the remains along with clothes and jewelry have not given investigators in indication whether it's a man only women. visitors were rattled by the discovery especially when they heard the victims may have fallen from the point where they were standing. >> it freaks me out a lot. that is the first thing i said to him i am holding on to you because that's what scares me to. >> reporter: the wind and truly
news at 7:00. >> good evening, it is monday, september 6 created i am i am gasia mikaelian. we begin tonight with developing news in the north bay. crews are still at the scene of an oil spill. putting wildlife potentially at risk in jana katsuyama is life with an update on how the cleaning operation is going with oh gasia, we are right next to the petaluma river and i saw a little bit of a sheen going across the top of the river and over there by the bridge on washington street you can see that way boom they put up there and officials tell us that anywhere from 200 up to 600 gallons of oil they believed was spilled into the petaluma river they put up this containment boom to keep it from spreading into new areas while they try and clean up this mess. a official say this is what caused the oil spill, a 90-ton tugboat sticking out of the petaluma river making gallons of oil from its hole and they discovered that spill after getting a call at 8:18 this morning's. >> we noticed a large dark substance this morning. >> reporter: eye this afternoon to sheen had sped along a two and a half
. that is our report for tonight. i am gasia mikaelian. our coverage continues online on ktvu.com. keep in mind that tmz is up next right here on tv36. the guys who drive a heavy duty truck, have some heavy duty demands. torque to g of just about any situation. a payload that beats the other guys flat out. a frame sturdy enough to bear up a max towing capacity that's over 10 tons.
evening. it is wednesday, september 15. i am gasia mikaelian, and this is bay area news at 7:00. >> the governor spent about an hour in san bruno late this afternoon to read the neighborhoods devastated by the deadly pipeline explosion. the governor was briefed by the national transportation board which is conducting the investigation into what triggered the blast. today he praised the quick response of emergency crews and promised that the investigation would be transparent to the mac if it was the fault of someone or something that had not been maintained you will know. there's no hiding of information i can guarantee you that. >> he also said his thoughts and prayers are with the family's. >> pg&e took almost two hours to shut up the gas lines and many lawmakers wondered why it took so long and whether new technology would have saved lives and homes. jana katsuyama investigated the delay. she asked the president some tough questions. she is live in san bruno now with more. >> reporter: gasia, two of day i asked pg&e's president on whether or not any gas lines have automat
september 21st, i am gasia mikaelian. it is dinner time around the bay area, many of us are eating at home more often. a popular dining guide published its annual dining guide with food for thought how the economy is impacting restaurants. mike. >> reporter: gasia, it is tuesday night here in september and this spot along northern water front, well, it is not quite happening but then again this is san francisco and san francis cans have their favorites, that is one reason why some restaurants in the city are having a good year. the kitchen of a san francisco classic. the service according to customer, spot on. this is the grill. >>>ly. >> reporter: its doors opened back in 1849 survived an earthquake, depression and a number of recessions. >> our portions have not shrunk. our quality has not sacrificed whatsoever we still bring in the freshest products available. >> reporter: and fresh is important. the new 2011 zaagat consumer survey is out 80% of diners want organic products available. >> i think people are being much more careful about what they spend, they are cutting out expensive bot
. it is wednesday, september 22. i am gasia mikaelian, and this is bay area news at 7:00. >>> we begin with developing news right now along the pacific coast just north of santa cruz about 4:30 p.m. on the cliffs between santa cruz and davenport. park rangers say two men fell about 25 feet down a cliff and were identified only as 23-year- old and 25-year-old man from patterson california. rescuers carried the first victim to awaiting helicopters and then airlifted him to a hospital. minutes later the second victim was airlifted out as well. there is no word yet on how the false happened. >>> a battle is brewing over a burger restaurant in the east bay that involves plans for a new in and out burger at that one city wants in and some neighbors would keep out. it is in pleasant hill and allie rasmus is alive at a speech while not far there -- at a in-n-out not far from there. >> reporter: if you take a look at the drive-through it's packed to the line of cars goes all the way out to be middle of the street and this is what one group of neighbors is worrying about. >> the beginning of th
september 23rd, i'm gasia mikaelian, this is bay area news at 7:00. >>> well it has been a record 85 days without a state budget. but tonight delayed word indicating progress and a tentative deal. the big five showed they reached what they decided as a framework for a potential budget solution. they did not give details about the agreements. hopefully we can come to a final agreement with the leaders on monday. in that point there is a process in legislation of drafting the language and debating it on the floor and the assembly. it takes a few days there. we are ready to move on and tackle the other issues that are facing the state. >> the leaders met in los angeles today. they plan to resume talks next week on finding a way to close the $19 billion budget short fall. >>> a new exclusive field poll indicates democrat senator, boxer, increased her lead over carla fereina. boxer is up by 6% with 6 weeks left before the election. but it is not boxer's numbers that are going up. we now have a live report, christian? >> reporter: this is the latest field poll. the latest take taken since they
. >> goodevening. it's friday september 24th. i'm gasia mikaelian, this is bay area news at 7:00. a federal judge in san jose removed a major hurdle setting the stanl for california's first execution in more than four years and it might happen next week. executions have been on hold since february 2006 when the district judge thought that california's procedure was unconstitutional. they built a new death chamber and constituted a new single- drug. he was convicted of raping a murdering a 15-year-old girl in 1980. the legal experts say that brown still has avenues to appeal. >> i think it's impossible to predict and there's too many legal uncertainties. we have court cases going b on in state court and federal court. >> the judge has given brown the choice of the three drug method previously used or the new single-drug method. we have an entire section covering the death penalty on our home page. just click the tab at the top of our home page www.ktvu.com. >>> we're learning the details of a death of an inmate. the man's death is sparking a criminal investigation and now a lawsuit. christian is l
evening. it's monday, september 27. i am gasia mikaelian, and this is bay area news at 7:00. the. >>> governor arnold schwarzenegger put california's first execution since 20006 on hold. the execution of convicted killer albert brown had been scheduled to take place just after midnight tomorrow. the governor issued a 45 hour delay until 9:00 p.m. thursday the state attorney general's office announced it would place all future executions on hold. rob roth explains today's development. >> reporter: the delay will give the courts time to weigh in on the state's legal injection protocol and also today california attorney general jerry brown announced a halt all executions in california beginning friday's. >> there's a shortage of a key drug used in executions that renders inmates unconscious. the attorney general's office said this office will recommend that future executions be scheduled when the california department of corrections and rehabilitation expects the drugs to be available. the statement did not say when that would be and a spokesman declined to be interviewed. official
in a restaurant in an east bay city. >> good evening. it's tuesday august 31st. i'm gasia mikaelian. tonight we're hearing voice recordings from an airplane that made an emergency landing after one of its engine died in air. >> engine number four has died. >> you can land right now. >> just after midnight when that manage malfunctioned the pilot dumped about 100 fuels over the pacific before landing safely at sfo. some of the passengers called it a terrifying experience. we have reaction in this report. >> flight 74 bound for sidney australia sat at the gate for most of the morning until they moved it to a maintenance ramp. >> we were about half an headquarter into the flight, and there was very strong shutter. >> neil dusty was one of 231 people on board. >> people on the right-hand side of the plane seemed shocked, and apparently there was some flames coming out of that side of the plane. >> the plane started to shake a little bit, and yeah, just an uncomfortable vibration, and a push, and feel something was wrong. >> the problem, one of the plane's four engines exploded. these pictures taken
combing a park. that story coming up in 30 minutes on tv 36. and that is our report for now. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> and i'm frank somerville. for all of us here at channel 2, thank you for joining us. we'll see you at 10:00 everyone. have a good night.
of those that braved the intense heat to save the lives of others. i'm gasia mikaelian, this is bay area news at 7:00. a team of federal investigators arrived this afternoon to determine the cause of last night's deadly gas pipe explosion and a briefing during the past hour, we were told that the blast and fire destroyed 37 homes. eight more were damaged. the gas line explosion has left a huge crater in its wake. we have a live look at the crater and the force of the blast launched a large section of the steel pipeline yards away to a nearby street. tonight they say they will look at the pipeline's maintenance history, safety records, and how much pressure it was carries. ying. they will also investigate the people who operated the line. they want to hear from witnesses and investigators got their first look at the devastation. >> my immediate skaechlt -- assessment was the area that was flattened, charred houses and disappeared. it was just amazing scene of instruction. >> it could take over a year to complete. >>> four people are confirmed dead as a result of that fireball. o
'm gasia mikaelian. >> i'm frank somerville. for all of you, thanks so much for joining us. have a good evening, everyone. the guys who drive a heavy duty truck, have some heavy duty demands. like enough horsepower and torque to get out of just about any situation. a payload that beats the other guys flat out. a frame sturdy enough to bear up a max towing capacity that's over 10 tons. and a braking system tough enough to bring it all to a stop. heavy duty demands? gentlemen, your truck is ready.
. it is monday, september 13. i am gasia mikaelian and this is bay area news at 7:00. >>> what was that? >> as investigators try to figure out what caused the deadly explosion in san bruno we are getting a new look at the inferno created a resident shot this video on his iphone from his yard shortly after the blasts. he told authorities he only had minutes to find his dog and escape. . his home only suffered minor damage could many others were not so fortunate. many who live in the area got their first look at the devastated neighborhood. pg&e says it will get each household as much as $50,000 with no strings attached. on investigation the ntsb said it has finished its work and will begin to examine documents and records subpoenaed in the excavation that occurred we are looking at as far back as we can go. >> in the coming days they will begin interviewing employees and witnesses. >> we are learning more tonight about the victims of the fireball following some conflicting information print here's what we found out. they corner confirms four fatalities. three people are missing and unacc
in san bruno explosion. >> goodevening. i'm gasia mikaelian. this is bay area news at #:00. -- 7:00. a teenager is charged tonight after his car went out of control and spun into on coming traffic. the driver of the big rig koovent stop in time and rear ended the bmw. the five teenage boys inside the car were from nevada high school. >> i mean how could you not, and it's really a devastating situation to be in in the first place. >> one student died at the scene. two others were air lifted to the hospital with severe injuries and two more suffered minor injuries. they say that officers found several open beer cans inside the car. >>> a u.s. air way jet made a safe landing late this afternoon after the pilot noticed smoke in th cockpit. it landed in san francisco just after 5:00 p.m.. the airline says the 757 was 1,000 miles over the pacific when the pilot declared an emergency. 175 passengers and 6 crew members were on board. the airline is bringing in another plane to take the passengers to hawaii. >>> investigators searching for what caused last week's mass f gas line say liqui
. it is monday, september 20. i am gasia mikaelian, and this is bay area news at 7:00. we begin tonight with developing news where people who live in a large apartment complex are being told to stay inside their homes today during a police investigation pre-at this chapter to us about that scene on the 5500 block of eucalyptus stripy witnesses tell us there appears to be a female homicide victim inside one of the cars created again people in this complex near main street and highway 29 are being told to stay inside. >>> for the first time drivers can use this beauty on a freeway for a price. the polling open today along a 40-mile stretch between the pdfs and christien kafton is life tonight we're day one is in the process of winding down. >> reporter: the new 680 total expressly here is aimed at clearing congestion they said it had collected just the opposite and they are calling it a success and is preparing for lanes just like this around the bag. >> commuters got their first chance to try out the new expressly today paying for the privilege of using it created some drivers complaine
. just a massive explosion, a huge fire plume. we want to go to our newsroom now. gasia mikaelian, she has a picture showing us exactly what it looked like then and what it looks like now. >> what i'm going to show you is pictures that we were able to take from the ground. we've seen a lot of aerial pictures, but these pictures show what it was like in the very beginning. remember this fire has been going now for about four hours. these pictures, we haven't been able to show you before. but this reenforces exactly what that young woman who was speaking to amber lee was saying. she said it's not like one house was on fire, it was like the entire neighborhood was on fire. one of the photographers, this is bryan carmandie, we spoke with him live on the air a couple of hours ago, he was the one that was up close about as close as you can get without jeopardizing your own safety, and he said that one of the fire crews took his own personal vehicle to take one of the wounded residents to the hospital. so these pictures are coming from him, from bryan carmendie. that is just a frame of the ho
'm gasia mikaelian. >> investigators search for what caused the planes to go down. ktvu's robert handa live in redwood city where he spoke to witnesses to the crash. >> reporter: gasia, we're here along the redwood shores lagoon where we've been watching divers and rescuers trying to remove two more bodies from the wreckage which at this hour is still under water. the incident and the possible identity of the one of the victims have people here reeling. a lot of people saw the engine plane nose dive into the water just before noon today. the plane contained a pilot and two passengers, took off from san carlos airport. the redwood shores lagoon is surrounded by businesses. and quite a few people told us that they saw the plane was in trouble before it hit the lagoon. >> a big splash, a big thump. >> i saw the wing turn very sharply. i saw it come straight down, as i recall there was a slight spin as it went into the water. >> reporter: the sheriff department rescued divers as well as the coast guard. one body, a woman was found outside the wreckage. >> i don't know what happened, why she was
knew it. good evening everybody i'm frank somerville. >> and i'm gasia mikaelian. tonight meg whitman is defending herself following allegations that she hired illegals. alred claims she was warned in 2003 but didn't fire diaz until she prepared for her run for governor. >> the way she treat me as if i was not a human being. >> reporter: the timing of the accusations are potentially devastating. just last night in her first debate, whitman called for a crack down, even employers who hired illegal immigrants. but are the charges true? >> the charges are not true. the charges are absolutely not true. >> she said that you were abusive, pregnancy discrimination, you humiliated her. >> it's a lie. she was a great employees, we had a great relationship. it's a lie. >> reporter: nikki diaz a former housekeeper and celebrity attorney gloria alred made the announcement. >> we signed her through a temporary company. there was no reason why we would think she was illegal at all. we had to let her go that very day. we said gosh nikki, you can't work for us anymore. >> reporter: the whitman campai
in the bay area. >>> good evening i'm gasia mikaelian. julie haener has the night off. >>> i'm frank somerville. a freemont officer shot in the line of duty is recovering tonight but is still sedated. the shoot out happened one week ago, and today the wife of officer todd young was emotion as she spoke publicly about her husband for th
inside job. >>> good evening everyone i'm frank somerville. >> and gasia mikaelian, we begin with developing news. a tug boat leaked oil and fuel into the petaluma river. some things are still in question, including how much oil spilled. >> reporter: just a short time ago we spoke to people from the department of fish and game. we're over here by the petaluma bridge, just a short time ago we could see smart plumes of oil. we are upstream from where that leak occurred. but the tide pushed it inland. the fire batallion chief does say that they are worried about environmental impact. officials say that the sheen right now is estimated to have spread across about a 2-mile area. we could see the gear oil floating on the surface up and down the river. for about nine hours, the fire department has been placing booms frying booms -- trying to keep it from spreading. >> the area where the leak started from, boomed off, we're also currently working the spill into the basin which is the area of the downtown area of petaluma. >> right now a clean up crew has been called in to try to get
'm frank somerville. >> and i'm gasia mikaelian. tonight meg whitman is defending herself following allegations that she hired illegals. alred claims she was warned in 2003 but didn't fire diaz until she prepared for her run for governor. >> the way she treat me as if i was not a human being. >> reporter: the timing of the accusations are potentially devastating. just last night in her first debate, whitman called for a crack down, even employers who hired illegal immigrants. but are the charges true? >> the charges are not true. the charges are absolutely not true. >> she said that you were abusive, pregnancy discrimination, you humiliated her. >> it's a lie. she was a great employees, we had a great relationship. it's a lie. >> reporter: nikki diaz a former housekeeper and celebrity attorney gloria alred made the announcement. >> we signed her through a temporary company. there was no reason why we would think she was illegal at all. we had to let her go that very day. we said gosh nikki, you can't work for us anymore. >> reporter: the whitman campaign says consider the source glo
somerville, gasia mikaelian. complete area news coverage. from the state capitol and move r it down to the local level, closer to the people. and no new taxes, without voter approval. we have got to pull together not as republicans or as democrats but as californians first. at this stage in my life, i'm prepared to do exactly that. >>> vallejo is a city in bankruptcy and got more bad news today when one of its oldest companies, the 7-up bottling company, decided to pull up stakes in just two weeks from now. tom vacar is live tonight in vallejo with details and also the silver lining that he found. tom? >> reporter: well frank, at 12% is a lab oh county shares the bay area's largest unemployment rate. after six decades they are learning the 7 up plant and the 90 jobs will soon be gone. >> it kills the economy in which the terms are even worse now. >> >> this plant's production will be sent to three other northern california plants. the plant's owner, dr. pepper- snap will group says some will be transferred, others will get severance packages. in our economy plants may come and go bu
duty demands? gentlemen, your truck is ready. >>> good evening. i'm gasia mikaelian. julie haener has the night off. >> i'm frank somerville. >>> we begin tonight in san bruno where we now know more about that deadly gas explosion. the lead agency investigate the disaster just wrapped up a press conference. the ntsb is now reporting that there are four dead but only three missing persons, initially we thought there were four missing persons. a large part of the neighborhood continues to be considered a crime scene. the main focus today of the ntsb's investigation was the
to a new phase. i'm frank somerville. >> i'm gasia mikaelian in for julie haener. >> what may be a significant development regarding the cause of the deadly explosion and fire that obliterated dozens of homes in san bruno. we learned a key area of focus is a weld on a curved section of pipe at the point that exploded. more on that in a moment. also today came word from pg&e that it will spend up to $100 million to help victims of the fire with some money made available by the end of the week. we have team coverage tone, lloyd lacuesta was at the briefing. amber lee talked with residents about pg&e's offer to help but we begin with ken wayne. he was at the town hall meeting that just wrapped up within the hour. >> reporter: this town hall was supposed to end at 9:30. people are now just beginning to trickle out. a lot of questions here from very worried san bruno residents, including what is going to happen to that pg&e gas pipeline that exploded last week. >> we need to really understand what happens. we know our line rocky mount youred. we don't know hye. we need to make su
everyone i'm frank somerville. >> i'm gasia mikaelian. we will get to that story later on but right now breaking news. it's happening at sfo, a u.s. airplane flight number 432 has just been forced to make an emergency landing. that flight 432 was on its way from phoenix to sfo. we'll have pictures of this story as soon as we get them. >>> back to that deadly crash at happened in nevado today with a bus full of students and a cattle truck. tonight one boy is dead and many others are injured. live now in nevado with more, allie rasmus. >> reporter: many students here found out through texts and cell phone messages that one of their classmates had died and four others injured in this accident. they say it was fast enough to cause the driver to lose control as he tried to navigate this curve. the car swerved and ended up backwards into oncoming traffic. >> you see a deep gouge, a grind mark you could say in the path. >> reporter: the semi truck filled with cattle could not stop and swerved. a passenger in the backseat of this car died on impact. two others were air lifted with what paramedi
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